Training & Resources
All potential Providers must be able to comply with services standards set by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Bureau of Aging, Community Living, and Supports.
Nutrition Provider Resources
Meal Cancellation Report: Nutrition Contractors must complete this online report whenever meals for a Congregate Meal Site or Home Delivered Meals Program are cancelled.
Meal Site Establishment, Relocation, or Closure Request form: Nutrition Contractors that wish to add, relocate or close a Congregate Meal Site or Restaurant Voucher Site (i.e., Dining Out) must complete this form and attach required documentation, which may include (for adding or relocating sites) the Meal Site Accessibility form and the Meal Site Fire Safety form. “Each meal site must be inspected, by a local fire official, no less frequently than every three years. For circumstances where a local fire official is unavailable after a formal (written) request, a program may conduct fire safety assessments of its meal sites when utilizing the Meal Site Fire Safety Assessment Form.” Data regarding changes in congregate or restaurant voucher sites must be updated in the Congregate Meal Site Registry (member login required). Find instructions here.
NAPIS Participant Enrollment & Unit Report Upload: (This link requires use of Internet Explorer browser) Nutrition Contractors must upload Congregate Meals Participant Enrollment Reports, Home Delivered Meals Participant Enrollment Reports and Home Delivered Meals Unit Reports at the approved frequency (i.e., monthly, quarterly, etc.) through this secure upload link.
Quarterly Waiting List Report: Nutrition Contractors must complete this online report by January 10, April 10, July 10, and November 10 each year to report Home Delivered Meals waiting list status.
Please notify Darcia Brewer at [email protected] if you experience difficulty with any of the above links.
- Supporting Emotional Health of the Health Care Workforce (4/2/20)
- Child Care Needs for Essential Workers – There is disaster relief child care available to children whose caregivers have been identified as part of the critical infrastructure workforce. Families should complete the form at www.helpmegrow-mi.org/essential or call 211 if they need help locating available care.
Older Adults/Family Caregivers
- Quick Sheet For Older Adults And People With Higher Risk of Serious Illness (3/11/20)
- COVID-19 Guidance for Older Adults
- Helping Older Adults During Social Distancing Tips and Resources
- Caregiving in a time of Coronavirus: A message from your Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center
- When is it Safe to Leave Home